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Test the effects of temperature change on ants. You will need an ant observatory and some ants. You will also need a cooler or refrigerator large enough to place the ant observatory into.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Test the effect of light and darkness on ants. You may want to have two observatories for this experiment.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Can you predict which way mealworms will move?
Difficulty: Elementary school
One way animals defend themselves is through camouflage, the art of hiding. They cannot be eaten if they cannot be seen.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Can meal worms see colors? We are not sure. If they can see colors we wanted to know if meal worms have a favorite color. Although this experiment was not exactly scientific we had a lot of fun doing it! My partner and I conducted this experiment because we thought it would be a fun and interesting experience to learn about the color preference of a mealworm. We enjoyed the time we spent on th
Difficulty: Elementary school
How do different surfaces affect the distance mealworms travel in 2 minutes?
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate visible changes in E. coli bacteria that have been transformed with a gene that codes for a green fluorescent protein, the source of this gene being bioluminescent jellyfish. In real life, the gene provides the jellyfish with a glow-in-the-dark feature in the deep, dark ocean. You will be using a plasmid called pGLO (p = plasmid) because the gene being c
Difficulty: High school
Reptiles are cold-blooded, meaning that most species of reptiles are unable to generate their own heat. This requires them to regulate the amount of heat they absorb. One method that reptiles use for thermoregulation, which is the regulation of their body temperature, is to move into the shade or water when their body temperature is high, or to bask in the sun when they are too cold and need warmi
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Evolutionary divergence refers to how different species are able to evolve from the a single species, as the result of populations becoming isolated from the rest of the species. If these isolated populations are exposed to different environmental demands, new species may evolve. A species of butterfly may have yellow wings. Imagine the destruction of the butterflies? habitat and that part of the
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Convergent evolution refers to how different species of organisms evolve to possess similar physical characteristics, in order to adapt to a particular environment. At first look, bears and seals may appear to have little in common other than both of them being mammals. Yet, the skeletal structures of their feet are very similar. In this investigation, you will select a biome and identify a conver
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